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Grain Free Wraps

It’s back to school and the daily grind over here, and we needed something new and different for lunches. I’ve been working on this grain free wraps recipe and really like how they turned out.  They’re great alternative to the regular sandwich.  You can even use the wraps as a crepe and add some fruit, […]

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Why soaking your nuts is best

When I started the Nutritional Therapy program at Nutritional Therapy Association, one of the first food concepts I had to wrap my head around was the practice of soaking nuts before consuming them to break down the enzyme inhibitors. Who knew you had to soak your nuts?  So, I’ve dived into the realm of nut […]

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Sugar Madness

  Why all the fuss about sugar?  What’s so wrong with a little bit of sugar?  The truth is a little bit can be ok, but the amount of sugar americans consume is beyond a bit.  The average american consumes roughly 140 pounds of sugar a year. Which is 6 oz or 170 grams a […]

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Damn good balls!

These delicious, simple Coconut Date Balls are adapted from a recipe my dear friend and colleague Kristina Perry, NTP, made for us at our graduation celebration this past June. 1 1/2 C Medjool Dates, pitted and soaked in warm water 5min 2 C plus 2 T  unsweetened coconut flakes 1/4 C Almond meal 3 T […]

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Hydrate your body!

Hydrate your body! Did you know that hydration is the most common nutritional deficiency in America?  Hydrating your body is so important.  We’ve all heard you can go for weeks without food, but only days without water. On average an adult body is made up of 55-60% of water.  Our body can produce only 8% […]

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